There are several reasons why international medical graduates (IMGs) choose to migrate to the US for their residency training. The US is home to some of the world’s leading medical institutions and offers a wide range of specialties, making it an attractive destination for IMGs seeking to advance their careers. However, the process of securing a residency position in the US can be challenging, especially for IMGs. I wanted to share my experiences and lay a step-by-step manual for someone looking to pursue their residency training in the US.
The residency interview is an opportunity for the applicants to showcase their skills, knowledge, and personality to the program directors and faculty as part of the residency selection process. Following these tips can increase your chances of success during the residency application and interview season.
Failing to match into a residency program can be a painful experience for USMLE aspirants. However, it is essential to remember that this is not the end of the road. If you find yourself in this challenging spot of deciding to apply next year, there are many steps that you can take to increase your chances of matching in the next cycle. In this article, we will explore these steps in detail and guide how to improve your chances of matching into the residency program of your choice.
The experience is worth a share for being a Dean of an institute like AIIMS, Bhopal was something I had not comprehended despite all the
Ankidroid is a flash cards app that I have probably used the most for my NEET PG preparation. For those who are not familiar with flashcards, a flashcard is a card bearing information, as words or numbers, on either or both sides, used for revising and memorizing. One writes a question on one side and an answer overleaf. There are a lot of flashcard apps available in the play store and you can use any of them. Now this app is based on the principle of spaced repetition for revision. You can make your own flashcards in the app(so this app is of better use if you start a bit early). These flashcards are then repeated in the app on particular time intervals.
We all face it. Some of us are more open about it, and some of us keep it to ourselves. Nevertheless, at some point in our lives, we’ve all dealt with social media insecurity. It’s a challenge to not compare ourselves to role models or even friends who post amazing things on their Facebook or Instagram timeline. They’re off doing something spectacular, and you? You’re just scrolling through your feed beginning to evaluate your own life and wondering if you’ll ever have a life like theirs. Some of us shrug off this insecurity quickly, but others can’t do so easily.